Sonia Solomonson

Gratitude Attitude

Guest Blog by Life Coach Sonia Solomonson Why wait for Thanksgiving to give thanks? Nurturing a gratitude attitude promotes overall good health. My friend and colleague, Sonia Solomonson, wrote a blog in her Way2Grow Coaching newsletter that perfectly captures what I had in mind, so this week’s blog is from her. Thank you, Sonia. More about her at the end of the blog. In the U.S., November is the month in which we focus on […]

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All Saints Day

For ALL the Saints on All Saints Day

In my Lutheran world Sunday is All Saints Day. It is also the day in which we hear Jesus proclaim, “Do to others as you would have them do to you.” This, of course, is commonly known as the Golden Rule. One of my writing colleagues wrote a book about it. Mike Ellerkamp’s The Simple Little Rule: The Golden Rule Rediscovered, is the result of his thorough study of major religions and schools of philosophy […]

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Divine Detour

Divine Detours

The blog you’re reading is not the one scheduled for today. In what might be called a divine detour, I decided to pull it for now. I asked someone to preview that blog. His response falls in the category of “Be careful what you ask for; you just might get it.” He sent me an email in which it seemed nearly everything about the blog was inaccurate and rendered the opinion it should not be […]

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Think Global, Shop Local At Bean’s Café

Celia Moore, the owner of Beans Café, one of my favorite places to hang out to write, was featured in a front cover story in our local Energy Corridor Living magazine. I wrote Celia Moore to congratulate her and inquire about writing a blog about her as part of my blog’s overall purpose to promote people, programs and programs that do something useful for society. In response, she sent me her thoughts about the future […]

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disaster response

Hope Abounds in Disaster Zones

Hope abounds in disaster zones. You have to look beyond the mountains of rubble, but it’s been there in abundance in very disaster zone I’ve been in. Many times I’ve seen people give generously and make enormous sacrifices to render help after a natural disaster. We still have people helping in Houston where Harvey hit two years ago. Volunteers are at work hard in Puerto Rico where Maria hit only weeks later. People are now […]

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